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Charles Town, West Virginia
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m Phll d ,l,hta rhlwrh SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON rxa Eas ADVOCATE ]tAPPENIN . Mr and Mrs Henry Clipp three"lff =Adv0ca e onor$ v,,..,. ...... THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1959 .%--B . ~ IN daugh'tersPatsy, Roxanne and' trtt of Jefferson t H |.... A ..... ,Darlene were supper guests Sun |., ~ .s ~ .... " " "''" $45 During K a I~ I n ~ ~bl ]day night w th he,- rothe,'-i -law IT S t0untv t*rracnanaenTs a, .,nn~r Gets .s. ~s - HI ~ IIS Ih, I,P IT I~ land sister Mr. and Mrs. James ~ j VlW l~P[Vlll . R'ItS ~'l ll~l a n ~..~. I Nichols of Stephen City. Va. _ / were movie.'. ~i t. for the children I -- ,' " Liarence Smallwood Phone 20-F-021 I Mrs. Henry Smith Jr. and three Once again Saturday ~oved from Charles Town Yule Program [and Santa Claus according to Co11 Mrs. Eva Gageby entered the ..... ' I rad Hammann, plant engineer. ]Memorial Hospital in Winchester ,. . -... ~ [sgns' of near Buchannon, Va.. are the management of the Spirit of [ Mr. Ralph Dorsey owner of the On the night that the world [ President E. S. Dillard of Ly- [Monday for treatment and obser: ~l~- ~ ~-- /vls]un.~ nor momer .zvll.'s: ~:Jmer Jefferson-Advocate followed a cus [newspaper a,nd the Jefferson Pub ~e'~n 8.ervices will be ~ with his nephew Mrs. Charles I~aenck during the rimJays, tom of past years by honoring it's ]lishing Company welcomed the ~as observing the birth of [nchburg, Va. gave a talk and Mrs. [vation and we are sorry to say 11 u.oal church Sunday [Marcus and family of Charles [ Mr. and Mrs Clarence Small- some 20 outstanding County Co,'- correspondents to the dinner and ~hT~i ~nual':L~ul~h:?:neh~irr:f iPaul Mills led the group in carol |but Mrs. Gazebv has been feeling velOck I T~ " ' " 'wood were Christmas Da visitors res ondents at a ham dinner at ] tz~b h reval 1 v" ' . __wn. [ - Y . . P . [ pa d ute to t e uab e ser in Strasburg, V~. was singing, ling Harold (Zip) Lorenz was gen tll for several weeks. ,. lSltors ~ xxT,~,,,,, I ~h..~o~m~q T~ ..... a ..... >=,a ,,;~ ~ with her brother-in-law a~d sis l~he Thomas Hotel in Charles I vice they render the newspaper in prai~s to the S~viour ~ stealthy I ~ath.e horaeof M'r~a"nd [itors"wi\'h~Mrs"~C"h'a';-les~L~an~don, tm\Mr, and Mrs. Grady D. Owen:s Wow.n. . . . I helping to gather the news. thief rifled the church office [B ~ .... : :'~'_ ~_~_ _ : " _ ~ ~ " ....... ~'~l ge ~l~p. were Mr.' and [ and son Charles were Mrs. Lang rand. zamny oi._b,,Jmm~ .roin~. 'Q]is even~ marzs the ~ne. time [ Mrs. Ralph Dorsey and Joseph and made away with $45.00 in ]l ~lID 'DIP_ lkll/M'rtM3V [ lle~aallwood and four [ do,n's daughters and families Mr 11non" son ~onalo. ]s n, ome on .a in, Lne ,year ,when ~ne z~ laoies ] Dorsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph a special churvh fund. II UU~l ~|~LI ~ I[-~ I L~ | !" . ar l~r,,,.^ ~_ .~.. I __~, .... ^ ".. ,~. ...... ..,,. ~_~" lurlougn ires l~'Ol'L JacKson ~. ~. WhO ga~ner ~ne news in me rural Dorse were also resent t h ,tl~ ~=, va. ~v~rs. tanu ~vzrs. ~. ~v~. ~n~swas~y~ ~.u ........ ' ~ " ] Y, P a t e The money, which wa~ in one Ill .................... IL" a~cIt~..~hP~a ~z*aaux~il~}a'{lr'l .... I vvv~ .......... Su*aS ~f k~zavef~il ..... ~la*'i~,~v'iv~rv *wtu.~'/l"~l prior bo ms oelng, sen~ ~o. oer- : areas of Jefferson. County have dlaner. ~. Mr and Mrs ~T~. Ion *h~ f'um ~s m~'h,~, ~,~t.~. ;many where he will be statmned ~an opportumty to meet and greet [ ~,,, .... ;,,,, , . of the office desks, was found I1 uz : ...... '- ~ .... " c ': ,~ e,' .... "s. ' . . " he s eerch-m km mis~ing ~t the close of the 11 II ,- &hag.tan V- Mr~ [Fz'nnk &nrdn~l" ,~F C2Plnrl~s Tnx~an MlSS Susan R~ssier is visiting each other and be paid a much de I..--"'". .... ~ Y _ P a . g ~*,, ' , ...................................... ,Mrs ,,ena Amorose ~resen~ec~ p. m. to midnight Christmas[] I~~~][] -~,e and Mr MurphylMr and Mz'~ Rolfe Hayes and nor cousin Miss Dm,ne R~ssler for serwng period of tribute and re-I~.:.;~ ..... ~o r,...= ~,.~ ......Eve service by th~ pastor, th~ [~ ~~.~, ~ ~.";~)'llll~ Y. a several days She expects to spend cogmtmn by the news a er Thi~ .. ,ad grandson|three children of Vmton Farm "' . ", ' ., . "P P " ~ Ioondents to Mr and Mrs Ralvh Rev. George Smith. Christmas Ill |~\~ll [i~\'~l[--- -~ ar~aney Lou Clinn.._ of I were there for Chrsgmasl. , Davo and herSeVera]cousiaays htr" me noiiaaySs wire :WaSs their annual oppor~u.nity, to ~ t)orsey=" oosepn- - ""~)orsey ann"- Max''- gifts, articles of clothing and Ill |~~ [.~1 Ken n C e, John. on of Front ~wap thmr news gathermg exper- ' ~arn~, ,. neth CosLello Ileft on Saturday for Bo:~ton Mass ..... ~ .. , IBrown other things in the office 'were ill ~~~:~L,,, -'"~ 'oint i ''~ ........................ ~ ma~ve~ ~,e, ~. ' ~oyai , va. I iences wire each other and with I _ " ..... not molested. I1 ~~~11 He- - , I ....... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sowers , the members of the editorial office I 're each of me corresponaen~s arn~" mer Neweom~l ~vzisses ooyce a,qo Euen ,viercer san Rnn*]~ ~r~ ~ ~,.~ ~o]~,,~' ,-,r ~ ............ Iwent a Christmas ~ift from the ' The Rev. Mr. Smith reported I '~~~" II ~ba~,~ u S!aarent~ent ,Chnst m'as [spen~Sunday mgh~.'~h]le thmr s~s White, dau~'hter Catherine, spent. Max Brown~ General manage,' I management of the newspaper, the theft to the Strasburg Pol- Ill ~\~(~ll [:~ ~ ~a lVll ano Nlrs ~el ausao spen~ ~vlonaay nlgnt . eWeon~b ~- ~ . [ .:_ .~". - ....... Christmas Day with Mrs. Sowers of the newspaper presided for an | Correspc,ndents present were: ice who are investigating. The I~i}~l minister said he is not so ntuch [] ~~~| ~ r.ett~rned t~v*,,~ees,uurg, Iw~Ln ~neir u,ncm, an? a l.lnL Nil'. ano parents Mr. and Mrs. John Russell !informal program of speech mak- |Mrs. Lena Ambrose, Engle; Mrs. concerned over the loss of the l1 I! ffteraoe,~ v inert' home le~rs, wart ~nanK o, ~-~anson. C,n Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. ing which followed the dinner. He [Roy Breeden, Ranson; Mrs. Lill- money as the fact there are ~ . ~ ~ ~ ~~ili~ ~rs ;;'_ I General Pleas l%ogers of Haw- Sowers were supper guests of he," 'complimented each correspondc~nt |inn Myers, Shenandoah Junction; persons who have no more re- Ill ~traa'o "~aY Marcus Sr. Ithorne Dale spc,qt Christmas Eve brother Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Rus 'on the outstanding job they do IMrs. Bruce Y~urr, Leetown; Mrs. ~lsF,~saY with their [with his son-in-law and daughter sell andfamilyofDownsville. Md. week afterweekdespitethemany|GeorgiaPearl, Chestnut Hill; Miss Spectfrthehusefwrship" ]1 JANU THRU JANUARY 16 i :%ter Mr. and Mrs. lMr. and Mrs. Charles Geyer and On Sunday the Sowers entertain'other obligations which they have,Margaret Houser Bakerton; Mrs. ARY 4 ~ldren at their home ed to a turkey dinner. Those pros to handle daily. "It is remarkable|Ethel Buzzard, Silver Grove; Miss sit Point, waived a preliminaryll dHMl|~U]Ml|i| "1[ |||.~ JAl~l[~]b~| |U i I "~~~_~.,..~._~,~.~,~_~_~.~ ent were her parents Mr. and Mrs. !'how you ladies find time to make [Dorothy Lake Millville; Mrs. Char hearing before Justice of the I 1 ..... ---~- ...... " .... - .... --5 ............ John Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus personal home contacts and gath- lies Adams, Rippon; Mrs. Stuart Peace Merle Alger Monday morn- Ill .~] ~ T. ~T,~ ., .~fi Cf Tt~T,R 1 ' . . Russell and t,wo sons of Dew,us- l er the small, but equally import- |Crim Summit Point; ,Miss Dorothy lag on a grand larceny charge I ~ . ,"~L~LaX:a -', O~ % t. X ~lL}l.al~ . , "~ ville Md. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ant news items which do not or- [Bowers, Halltown Others not pros and was ordered held for actionI1 ~ 1 ~[~ , ,:a ~. . p ~ Jenkins of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and [dinarily make headlines" he said. |ent were: Mrs. Robert Knott of the Jefferson County grand ~tT.T. ETI~~P~ _ 'MIc" gi12'1~ 1 ~l~ .~ ~" Mrs. Bobby Sowers and son oft Henry Morrow, edito'rial a,ndlShepherdslmw~n; Miss Patsy Zorn-' ~!~e~br~G.~a~r~:~:~a a:;gd~!]] ; ~T,l~, 7gy,S~'~ : ;~i[~. O~ .. ~},~. To all the joyous Grimes, Va,, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson [columnist writer for the paper, al- |bro, Middleway; Mrs. Julia Viands s ,V~~ ", White daughter Catherine and so spoke briefly to the group lau- |Mechanicstown" Mrs G E Webb , . . ' .... , . ' ..... ~7"~. " ~ ",~ ;.2 voices saying, MISS Barbara W~llett of Charles ,drag thmr efforts and impressing ]Harpers Ferry; Mrs. Clarence- wn .... ~.~" | "~ ~ ' ~ Town. [upon them how important is the ]Smallwood Kabletown" and Mrs L__~|' ~ "~, /~ "Happy Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lancaster role they play in keeping thelRobert B'raithwaite,' 'Kearneys" BR)mery Road South of C'harle~s[~ _ ._ Town, inn car belonging to Lew-11 PFflAi qP IAI ql I // ,,of. ,near Front. Royal.. Va were vis. newspaper readers. . informed, on |ville. and Mrs. Pauline Ott, Man- is Krieg of Kearneysville, after a 11 JFKblALJ! ,)FL%IALJ: I [~ ~ , "~.~:// .. New Year, ~tors d-~rmg the hohdays with his what happens in the areas dmtan/nmgs. '~' report had been received by the l ....... --V" F -- '' -- ...... " " ! - ~_" -=- " "_~, ].'x trother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Mel ~ State Police that Krieg's car had [~ .... i ','j we want to vin l%issler and family I On S'unda Mz and'M,s C S daughters of Mr and Mrs Jamesl lll..,, k4... .... been stole ,l from the parking lot/ OlL..... .-_J /'Le .... _! ~' $"" " Y .'" '" ' '' Newcomb all of Leesburg Va AI|~H~ ~IU~[ ~ [I ~'Y'~l~s)':) acld ours, wnth Neweomb and meces Misses Mary ................... ": .. ' I ~]~ of the Charles Town Race cour-ll un noDonea ann tnlppea .I V~J~ IU%IrlFI ~,,~r':'~.., L,,,,~ .... ,~ Ta,~,, ~,~,~ ~ ....... ~, '~, .......... y ......... ". ~,na zv~rs. I se sometime Saturday afternoon. I~ ' __ _~_ . ._ '_ ~_- -'- ' "~ 1" r JL . [~,/ = : "1 n'" f ................................... omer Newcomb. The litters son D., E--J ~[ I ....... The car, a 1956 Buick, had nottl T fl V g I M h t:. J g T ~ I! Z"l ma KS or .~ _ __._, James returned home with his [ DI |flu JdHU IF : been damaged when it was recov Ill m V ! a v J n t J N~W ~r~,")~' : ,'-^--:-:'-,r^ _ ~ ,(~AI".T. grandparents for a few days visit.[ ' :ered. IIll No La--- " ysyA |m o,,_ _ ~4\': I~-~,~ Holiday activities at the home l ~ccorom.g to an announcement Entering a plea of g'4ilty to a ' ' ' " .~Y~.h~:~~'~' serving you. ll~:~- 578- W of Mr. and Mr,~.,HomerWood,and bYmtlhera~ioln~ric l)irec~or .of the d'runken-driving charge Kennet'h -Wa -- No Returns _~,~ "~t*'~z, ~ |~\Jt';.~ ~zr. ann Mrs. rnomas ,-'enwe, of ~ anu ~a~uranza~mn L: Stalnaker of Kltzmller, Md. J ~ ~| - -i~ \ ~ I ~ [ \ ~ the Robinson Orchard Farm in- Service, all aliens in the united was fined $50 and costs, sente~l- [ ~ . ~, ,, ~ , , , ,, ,A ,.. ~ i~ ,~~ ~ | ~"~1 ~ | eluded a Christmas Day dinner JStates must report their addresses Cod to 24 hours in jail and had Jl "-- I; A 3 I1 3 A L O N LI -- ! - I -'~/'/ ~'~ " ~" at the Woods home. Those pres-lto the Attorney General Within his license suspended for six mon/I "': ,,' -- | '' [ ~[~ I | ent were Mr. a,nd Mrs. Thomas the near future. .ths when he appeared before Mug l1 ....... ..... / I ~,, ~k.~'~'~ | Penwell daughter Margaret and[ All aliens With few exceptions, istrate Merle Alger today. Stal-Jl . | "-" ' "~" ~ son Nelson and his two daughters who are in the United States on i aker was arrested here Sat]rday[ ~ I.| ~ =~Jb I I~ f qP dfl~ ~ Ik| H r ~ s A ~ ~ P ~ u ~ ~ . Marie and Vicki, Mr. and Mrs. [ January 1 each year must report afternoon by State Trooper T. H. I! ,I. 11 K ! r % I [I w N ~. I, LUFrEI$. Jfl. I UICATIId~ .ll | Thomas Wiley and eight children their addresses by the end of l~hat Ward. Jl------- ~ ~r/~g~r'~'~q~e.7ilIM I " I I][=MllilU Vll=l ofRippon, Mr. HerbertChamblin[month. ': PHOTO . . and three children of Ranson Mr. T J . " URAN ~ Econom,caI--Clean Burning . . , he only classes of aliens ex-, CE, REAL ESTATE, BONDS ! Economica and M,s. Ernest Chambhn and cused fr "" " ees/I ! ........... this r mrement are Val oy ! . . eq _ " __, CtlARLEI W" "1 t EMnRY KABLF ~a ty, Mrs: lorence Wood. of[credlted to 'certain international: Enloy Chrtstms rarty Charles Town , West, "Ta ....... mannrigs, Mr. and Mrs. ooer lor anizations and t.hnr,~ *drnit .Around eigh employees of ]! I D I S T R I B U T 0 R Whit a el;ndenf m rittm asan n e ortem:poranly -as agricultural with .the Woods family. Vicki Pen F ms " the Valley Board Corporation of II LBEn N ! CHARLES TOWN. W. VA well spent several da s w~th her l ....... Halltown and their families-a ....... or with which to make the turn out of some 300, attended a II WAITING FOR. YOU'LL FIND THEM HERE, I " .~ ~- ..~,,~ .... Y ...... ,_. I report can oe oo~ainea zrom any, .,omer zvlrs ~.,~.lleyl~t~:lW~ll Ulip S ......... " o ~ ~mce or ~mm~granon omce. Dec. 24-2t. Gaylord, Va. Miss Mane Penwell J durin~ the m .... Christmas party in the Episcopal' " .... s g Ohm oz January - -- ~pent Christmas Eve in Washing- T- la '- "" ........................................... ' .... ' ................ " ......... "------ -- :~-~-~--~%~~~ ton with her nun, Mrs Fred K--t' n w prov, aes severe penan~- ~~.~.'~~.~._~._~'~..~'~'.~'_~'~.~'~'.~_~_~'~..~,~..~.:~~~ ...... lies for failure t0 comply with the on. ~reprtlng,~ ~..,,requirement,,~ ,. , i A "!"/" Recent visitors ~vil;h Mr. and --'~ ............ / ~'J[~r ( Mrs. Joseph Milton'of Cedar Cliff ' ] ,,.i~//,./,___~, I~I~ULr'~} Farm were Mr. and Mrs. Wade [l~oilce ~tlll wnrk|nn i (:l".'='ff-~'~/ Dutrow and daughter of Balti-I "" ~'--' .......'I~ ', (:~'~~/~ "',. [tYrO [ more, Md. Mr. Dutrow was an fl~ ~ I~.~L~m U|.II- ] /~.: army buddy of Carl Milton. I~/11 [[]~ = #[]~,ll~ll Ill~ll ! ( :'i-i'-:-" Mr' and Mrs' Garland Heflebw ' B"''l" .... " "-'--'-- NE YEAR , er e,ntertained a group of young-,[}[,,,,., {HH] i H A ! PY , "-'-~.(M')~ ~ sters to a skating party Sa:turday ,t- ' ~ : ~,,~.-~-~: afternoon in the Berryville Skat- C'-a-" s " ~ .... -' " ..... ' ~z ne T~wn ~a~e ann ~z.,,z-, mg R~nk m honor of the bwt.h .... , FRO ALL THE FORCE AT ', .. cip~l polic~ are contm aingth~lr ....... days of t he, r daughter Patr,c,a l inv .......... -: ~- " " ......... I e Mgal;lon oI me rareaglng a,.na -'-~-..---~-------~ ann ~neir son Jimmy rnose zrvzzzent- in - -. - . M , ' er g ann aamaging oz a sale' this commm~ty to attend the en and:soft dririk vendin m c ..... joyable occasion were Mary Ann, Pa-J~ o~cxson ~'~-: ......... ~gn ~cnool~g- a'm'ne a~:some " *~ : ~' Joyce a~d Ellen Mercer, Marie tlme Mortday night. ' "' . " ,. It's our wish that pros- Penwell, Mrs. June Adams .and Charles.Town:State TrOoPer G.', ' children and Mrs. Elizabeth ' G. Holman, who along with Troop, , , perity and happiness Adams and children, er R. R. Truex.a,nd Charles Town~ Marcus Bros. have purchased YouR DO E ;A, DEALER will fill your New Year, theirSiX whiteexpandlngtractorSbusinesstO facilitatin long lievcdWrklngpattlman.thenD uglaSt,ntrudrethecase,I)enntsn' :are saidor intrt erS ,it" is be-, ;' ND D E DART and contentment sur- distance hauling. " entered the :.Dage .Jackson School (: ." :. '. :.7 f .: , 'C. W. SPIKER " . - 777...... : Mrs. Thomas Mercer spent through adoor:on the south'end: MeND W BREEDE S '0BERT:' : : round you and those Christmas Day with Mr. and Mrs. of the building ihen Went to ,the dearest to you! Town.Jh'n A. Smith Jr. of Charles office Prlnclpal E: M, Dandrld; RAY .': R. " BuR, KER' Mrs. Frank Hill and her assist- ge cut a ,hole throus'h: the.-olfloe ALBERT RUDACILLE '. ;][AMES ' TEIJEN", ,.i. ants along with the children of door and w~nt lnslde~and started' JAMES SLONAKER ' - BEATRI ,E: I EALOCK, VAN TOL, FLORIST Charles Town, W. Va. friends from far and near hells in all geod cheer,' a brand new, bright New Year! it comes our wish sincere going to be just fine friends and neighbors in '60 a hearty thank you, too, Patronage so,loyal and true the pleasure of serving you. & FEED s Town, W. Va. "FREE DELIVERY" SERVICE, UNTIL... It was a "free delivery" service until a sudden mishap turned it into a $25,000 expense. Thin is one of many ways dam- age suits are caused. Make sure Comprehen- sive Personal Liability coverage is a part of your the local Sunday ~chool .preserit- ed a very interesting and enjoy- able Christmas Program to a large Congregation Sunday evenSng. The church was prettily decorat- ed for the occasion and Santa's part on the progk'~tm made 1;he children's eyes dance in excite- men,t. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Howell, children and Mrs. He,well mother Mrs. Los Edwards were visitors Christmas night with his parents Mr. had Mrs. Stormer Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Small- wood joined members of the J~hn son family in Gerrardstown on Sunday where the annual Christ- mas dinner was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kees who were assisted by their daughter Mrs. Thomas Wolford of Winches ter and Mrs. Leonard Ruble of Gerrardstown. Twenty nine were present for the occasion. Unofficial Turkey Kill Not As High As For Last Year The 1959 unofficial turkey ha,r- vest reached 1,017 on November 30, according to game chief C. O. Handley. These figures are com- insurance program, plete through November 30 and include kill data figures from 15 H. S. CLOPPER, JR counties where turkey hunting is legal. Insurance, Real Estate Official harvest figures for the and Bonds 1958 turkey season put the kill at 1,499 or 482 above the present kill Formerly W. Berry Grove with 33 days of hunting remaining , Agency at the time the figures were com- piled. Counties lyi,ug within t,he 120 E. Washington Street Monongahela and George Wash- ington national forests accounted Charl.es Town, W. Va. for 877 of the 1.017 turkeys re- ported through November 30, or Telephone 216 approxlmately 86 per cent of the kill. Handley said. Turkey season will extend through January 2, 19~0, along with squirrel, rabbit, grouse and tO work.on,a. Safe ln, the. office.:' The handles were knocked off the safe 'and 0thor damage *as inflicted on l.t, then .t~he Intruders werit to a soft drink di&Pens[ng machine mud Worked"on itwithout much suocesSr either. " ~ '. As far ~is co~lld be learnt~l r~oth ing was t~ken. , " , . .. Prlncipa~ E. M. Dt/ndrldge said even if the thieves had gained en tratlce to the' safe the most l;hey could have gotten would have beel~ $20. since the safe took quite a beating, Mr. Dandridge,saidjhe has not been able to get it opera to see just exactly how much men ey was in ik The attempted safe robbery was discovered by Q. D. Flemlng, a member of the school faculty Tues day morning. ALMA BAR.NES .... " WWW$1WW' Christmas Malting Reached Peak Here Tuesday Our heartfelt thanks to you, the 'Postmaster C. Manning Smith of the Charles Town Postoffice saitl last week that Christmas marling reached its peak here last Tuesday afternoon and evening and clerical and delivery staffs had begun to relax after the busy season. The regular Post0ffice staff was agumented by the 'additlon.c;f some ,~ne or ten extra employees who were brought in to handle the heavy volume of Christmas and Holiday mail. The lobby ~f the local Postofflce was attractive. ly Wimmed ar;d decorated for the Christmas Season and with the playing softly of many Christmas songs on a tape recorder, the Yule tide spirit was very much In evi, deuce whenever one visited there: Postmaster Smith had a word ,of thanks today for the excellent cooperaticm the public gave In hell~ing to make the over-all load move smoothly and easilly. Qulte a riumher of people did their Chrlstmas' mailing early this year, which made the big task of dolly cry much easier. Mr. Smith said. quail. H~ndley urges aH successful turkey hunters to register their kill as required by law, with the local conservation officer or write direct to the Conservation Offices Summit POint M~n H~[d in Charleston, givin, g date of kill .... weight, sex and location of kill. Any other pertinent information For Grand.Jury Action about the kill would be apprec- rand I rceny , iated, Handley said. kind friends and patrons who have helped to make the departing year a happy one for us. We. we}c0me 1960 with the hope that it brings much joy and good luck to you, and' further opportunities for serving you to us. May you enjoYa happy holiday and a very bright future. THURMAN .WHITACRE, Pre id t (CITIES SERVICR) .......... CHARLES TOWN, WEST VA.